The overall goal of the Quality Maintenance Pillar of TPM is to maintain your equipment in perfect condition in order to produce a perfect product. The Quality Maintenance pillar of TPM focuses on establishing equipment conditions with the goal of avoiding quality defects. To accomplish this, the Quality Maintenance Pillar uses the tools of Six Sigma to identify conditions that affect quality, establish a baseline for those conditions, and to create a process for periodic monitoring of those conditions.
This training session explores the integration of TPM and the tools of Six Sigma to provide a well-ordered approach for acquiring total process control. Applying both of these methodologies in tandem presents today’s most powerful means of achieving your equipment performance goals of “zero breakdown” and “zero defects” with minimum maintenance costs. (Note, this is an advanced workshop and requires participants to have a working knowledge of TPM and Six Sigma.)
- Workshop: classroom learning and simulation
- Facilitated Coaching/Consulting: implementation in your environment
Customized Training Programs
Our proven training provides the knowledge and skills needed for a robust and sustainable Lean effort. We can provide training based on a single methodology (i.e. Changeover, Mistake-proofing, Autonomous Maintenance) or combine the methodologies to build a multi-day, multi-module curriculum.
We have provided customized training curricula to organizations throughout the Global 1000 including: adidas Group, BNP Paribas, Emerson Electric Co., Kaiser Aluminum Corporation, Gannett NJ Media Group, Oldcastle Building Envelope, Suncor Energy, and Whirlpool Corporation.
We would welcome the opportunity to collaboratively develop a training curriculum that fits your specific needs.